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Introducing Hong Kong
Hong Kong Island
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong's most dynamic district, with most middle to high class shops and restaurants. This district is renowned for its numerous Hong Kong style and Japanese style shopping malls.
Mong Kok, Kowloon
A major shopping distinct for the youth, for people who like electronics and for people who looks for bargains.
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
The Harbour City shopping mall has 700 shops! It also has a Shopping Boulevard, many garment outlets and cosmetics shops at Granville Road etc.
Central, Hong Kong Island
High-end shopping centres such as The Landmark, Princes Building and IFC Mall. Also has many antique shops on Hollywood Road and Cat Street.
Admiralty,Pacific Place,Hong Kong Island
One of the most elegant shopping malls in Hong Kong, it's spacious and decorated with style. It's certainly a pleasure to go shopping here.
Festival Walk,Kowloon Tong,Kowloon
Tsing Yi,Maritime Square,New Territories
One of the major malls between the Airport and urban area.
Mong Kok,Speciality Streets,Hong Kong Island
Such as Sport Shoes Street, Women's Street, Goldfish Street, Flower Market and Bird's Market.
Yau Ma Tei,Temple Street,Kowloon
This kilometer-long bazaar has stalls selling all sorts of bargain merchandise, food stalls, fortune tellers and even Chinese opera performances.
Yau Ma Tei,Jade Street,Kowloon
Has about 300 to 400 hundred jade hawkers selling jade rings, jade buddha and jade animals etc.
Sham Shui Po,Apliu Street,Kowloon
A famous electronics street, where you can find bargain or sophisticated electronics items
Central,Hollywood Road,Hong Kong Island
Most well-known antique street in Hong Kong.
Stanley,Stanley Market,Hong Kong Island
Has souvenirs, paintings, traditional Chinese arts and crafts, silk products, or items that are of bargain.
Wan Chai Computer Centre,Wan Chai,Hong Kong Island
One of the most tidy computer mall and items are competitive priced.
298 Computer Zone,Wan Chai,Hong Kong Island
A bit crowdy here but prices are competitive.
Mong Kok Computer Centre,Mong Kok,Kowloon
Sham Shui Po,Golden Computer Arcade,Kowloon
One of the first computer malls in Hong Kong and prices are competitive.
Sham Shui Po,Golden Shopping Centre,Kowloon
Causeway Bay,The In Square, Windsor House,Hong Kong Island
Selling notebooks, Macs, genuine software and high-end computer peripherals.
Tsim Sha Tsui,Star Computer City,Kowloon
Not a big mall but it has six free computer terminals for surfing the internet.